Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Staunton's Byers Street Bistro ... lunch on the patio

Byers Street Bistro offers patio dining in the Historic Wharf District of Staunton, Virginia.

The Historic Wharf District of Staunton got its name in the late 1800s when the Central Virginia Railroad Company extended its tracks across the Blue Ridge Mountains from the state capital of Richmond to the central Shenandoah Valley's Queen City of Staunton. The Wharf provided warehouses for goods moved in and out of the area by rail. Those warehouses have now been renovated and are restaurants, businesses, offices, and retail space.

Photos by Lynn R. Mitchell
June 17, 2013

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